Steakhouse Quality Grilling at Home! #mangratequality
My husband loves those fancy steakhouse restaurants. Those thick, seared steaks full of juicy flavor beckon him. We can’t always afford to head out to the local steakhouse. It’s never a cheap date. But, that doesn’t mean my guy has to go without his favorite meal!
The ManGrate Grill Enhancement System is designed to provide that same steakhouse experience at home. Made from cast-iron, the ManGrate uses radiant heat to cook food evenly and also traps in the juices with it’s searing surfaces. This easy to use grill accessory fits any size grill and even helps reduce flare ups from grease and fat.
ManGrates are designed to simply sit on top of your existing grill grates. These 8lb grates leave your meats (and veggies) with perfect grill marks just like at the steakhouse! They have deep grease gutters and smoke rails to keep juices from intermingling with your other grilled foods. After spraying with cooking spray or brushing with olive or corn oil, just close the grill and let the ManGrates heat up for 10-15 minutes to allow the oils to season the grates. Place your favorite cuts of beef, chicken, or even veggies and get ready to grill like a pro. You’ll end up with well-seasoned, moist, tender meats and roasted veggies to fill your belly.
My husband completely enjoys using the ManGrates on our grill and it leaves him feeling like a grill master! We’ve had the chance to impress lots of friends and family with our steakhouse quality looking meats! No more charred, dried out steaks at our house…just tender, juicy meats full of flavor. I have no doubt we’ll be spending a lot more time at home on our deck this summer enjoying our grill than waiting in line at the noisy, overcrowded steakhouse!
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